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Pat Cummins Says Australia Willing To Groom Marcus Stoinis As Finisher

Pat Cummins of Australia says that their team is willing to give recalled all-rounder Marcus Stoinis a longer run to help him evolve as a finisher in the likes of former India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Marcus Stoinis scored an unbeaten 23 off 18 balls which was not enough as Australia slipped from 124-2 to 148-6 to lose the opening T20I against hosts England by two runs on Friday.

Australia have a lot of excellent players who bat in the top-order for their domestic T20 sides but the team is still searching for a batsman in the middle-order who can finish off games in pressure situations. Opening the batting, Marcus Stoinis who is 31, scored 705 runs for Melbourne Stars to finish at the top in the BBL runs chart last season. However, his inability to rotate the strike early in the innings has been one of the reasons for non-inclusion in the 2019 World Cup.

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Pat Cummins. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Pat Cummins Said Australia Want To Give Players Time To Cement Place In Squad

Marcus Stoinis has featured in 41 ODIs and 20 T20Is for Australia where he has scored 1050 and 159 runs respectively besides taking 33 and 9 wickets respectively.

“It’s something we’ve spoken about for exactly that reason — they’re all the best players when they go back to playing domestic comps,” Cummins was quoted as saying by Sydney Morning Herald.
“You could argue that middle-order role is one of the hardest in any cricket team. That’s what we’ve identified, we’ve got to give guys a go.
“Someone like MS Dhoni, he was one of the best in the world because he played 300-400 ODI games. You saw during this week’s practice games we gave a lot of guys a go in that.”

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Marcus Stoinis Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Pat Cummins said Australia has identified the roles and wants to give the players enough game time to cement their places. Several spots are up for grabs as Marcus Stoinis, Marcus Labuschagne and Glenn Maxwell look to seal their places in the middle order as Aaron Finch, David Warner and Steve Smith are certainties at top of the batting order.

“We know it’s not going to happen overnight. That’s been a common theme that selectors and Finchy have spoken about: we’ll identify roles and give them a long run in that.
“I think we’ve got the right squad, the right players, it’s about getting plenty of games into everyone now,” the pace spearhead said.

They won T20I series against India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and South Africa.  

Australia Loses First Competitive Match In 6 Months

Australia’s first competitive match in nearly six months was played in front of empty stands which was weird according to Australian vice-captain but the players adjusted to the match held in pin-drop silence. The dreaded corona-virus ensured that no crowd was present to stop spreading of the virus.

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Pat Cummins. Image Credit: BCCI/IPL

“I don’t think it made any difference to the performance but for sure it was strange,” Cummins said.
“Until Starcy’s bowling the first over and you can hear a pin drop it’s weird. After a couple of overs we got into it. Just odd unless we create the noise in the field there is absolutely no noise happening. Bit of an adjustment but everyone’s played enough cricket.
“I don’t think the crowd makes too much of a difference a lot of the time but it is certainly different here in England and not hearing some of the songs,” Cummins concluded.

Australia lost the first T20I by a paltry 2 runs as England successfully defended 162 runs which they scored with Dawid Malan and Jos Buttler contributing. Australia got to a solid start but failed in the middle overs. Australia’s number 1 ranking and a run of four series victories will be on the line when they take on England in the second T20I on Sunday. Pat Cummins is in KKR squad in IPL where he will spearhead pace attack.

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Virat Kohli sees potential threat in Marcus Stoinis. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Indian Cricketers Not Playing A Game Are More Talented Than Me: Marcus Stoinis

India have always been a nation that produced a plethora of talented cricketers. With stiff competition in the Indian national cricket team, it is tough to make the cut in the playing XI, and it is not that easy. Even the talented players are forced to warm the bench, and some of them rarely get the opportunity to shine at the highest level.

Meanwhile, Australia’s’s big-hitting all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has reserved the highest respect for India for developing talented cricketers. In a recently-released web series, ‘The Test’, the all-rounder was seen disclosing some of the most hidden aspects of his personal professional life.

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Marcus Stoinis. Credits: Twitter

Marcus Stoinis amazed seeing the talent of Indian cricketers

In one of the episodes, Australian all-rounder Stoinis praised the immense cricketing talent that India possesses. The all-rounder himself confessed that the ones who are not playing for India are way more talented than him.

“India is the most talented team in the world. Hands down. The players not playing are way more talented than me,” Marcus Stoinis said in The Test.

Stoinis made these remarks in the section which showcased India’s’s memorable 2018-19 tour to Australia where they defied all odds and won the Test series and ODI series by the 2-1 margins after levelling the T20I series with 1-1.

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Marcus Stoinis. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

“I love playing in India. I love the culture – its unmatched energy. It heightens all your senses. If you can harness all that excitement, that energy there is no way you can rock up there and not be motivated to play,” Stoinis added in a statement.

Marcus Stonis was one of the biggest purchases in the IPL 2020 auction. The all-rounder was roped in by Delhi Capitals (DC) for INR 4.8 crores. There was an intense bidding war between Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capitals. However, Delhi Capitals ensured to snatch Stoinis by splashing the right amount.

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Shreyas Iyer. Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL.

IPL 2020: Three Players Who Can Help Delhi Capitals to Win The Title

The countdown for the much-awaited tournament–Indian Premier League 2020 has begun. The fans are ready to cheer up their respective favourite teams. Moreover, everyone is wishing to see their franchise, lifting the trophy.

Well, here we discuss the chance for Delhi Capitals, who have some major star available – to help to lift the coveted trophy. Capitals as a team is filled with youngsters and experienced lot. The team has four times i.e, 2008,2009, 2012, 2019 reached the knockout rounds but hasn’t been able to lay hands on a trophy.

In the IPL 2020 auction, they bought the services of Jason Roy,  Chris Woakes, Shimron Hetmyer, Alex Cary and Mohit Sharma which will surely help them to strengthen their team in their upcoming edition.

Let’s take a look at the players who can help Delhi Capitals to lift the title of IPL 2020:

Shreyas Iyer

Shreyas Iyer
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Delhi capitals captain Shreyas Iyer, who is now a regular player in the Indian national cricket team, is the main character in the team. He very well knows how to handle the pressure in the field.

His performance against New Zealand, in the recently-concluded T20I and ODI series, is evident in his performance. The youngster was first time touring at Kiwi land but it didn’t halt him to score runs. The 25-year-old is the solution for India, for the longstanding problem of No. 4 in the team.

Under his captaincy, DC for the first time since 2012 entered the knock out round in the last edition of the IPL 2019. Iyer scored 463 runs in 16 games at the strike rate of 119. 94. Thus, he can help his team lift the trophy.

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Run Maxwell run for the glory. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Glenn Maxwell Returns, Matthew Wade Handed Shock Recall For South Africa Series

Australia have recalled all-rounder Glenn Maxwell to the ODI squad for the tour South Africa tour, which starts later this month. The 31-year-old was dropped from the 50-over team for the India tour that took place last month. Maxwell, in October, had taken a break from the game due to mental issues and made his return to Big Bash League. He is also a part of T20I squad.

Also Read: India vs New Zealand 1st ODI: IND vs NZ Dream11 Team, Playing XI, Fantasy Cricket Tips

Matthew Wade’s return into white-ball squads is one of the talking points from the selection meeting. He was called into the World Cup squad as a replacement for Usman Khawaja in the later stage of the tournament but didn’t get a chance.

Wade hasn’t played a white-ball game for Australia since 2017 but forced a comeback with his rich form in Big Bash League, where he scored 351 runs in eight innings at 50.14.

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Marcus Stoinis. Credits: Twitter

Marcus Stoinis’ absence was the biggest surprise. With 612 runs in 15 innings at 55.63, The Melbourne Stars’ captain was the highest run-scorer in BBL 2019/20 but as per national selector Trevor Hohns, he is on standby. It is to be noted that Stoinis played BBL as a specialist opener and only bowled once. Since Australia’s top order includes Aaron Finch, Steve Smith, David Warner and Wade, there was no place for Stoinis.

A fit-again Jhye Richardson has returned into to the white-ball squads. The 23-year-old was confirmed selection in World Cup squad but missed out due to a shoulder injury that he suffered during ODI series against Pakistan.

Also Read: India vs New Zealand: Prithvi Shaw Confirmed To Make ODI Debut, KL Rahul To Bat In Middle-Order

Pat Cummins will lead the pace attack that includes Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood (only ODIs), Sean Abbott (only T20Is), Jhye and Kane Richardson.

Australia dropped Peter Handscomb, Ashton Turner, D’Arcy Short, Billy Stanlake and Ben McDermott from the white-ball squads.

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Aaron Finch. Credits: Getty

The Aaron Finch-led team plays six white-ball matches against South Africa. In the first week, the two teams will play three T20Is on February 21, 23 and 26 in Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town, respectively. The three-match ODI series will kick off on February 29 in Paarl.

Australia’s T20 squad: Aaron Finch (Captain), Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins, Mitch Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Jhye Richardson, Kane Richardson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Adam Zampa

Australia’s ODI squad: Aaron Finch (Captain), Ashton Agar, Alex Carey (Vice-Captain), Pat Cummins (Vice-Captain), Josh Hazlewood, Marnus Labuschagne, Mitch Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Adam Zampa

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Marcus Stoinis. Credits: Twitter

Marcus Stoinis Smashes All-Time BBL Record To Become Highest Individual Scorer

Melbourne Stars opening batsman Marcus Stoinis has become the highest individual scorer in the Big Bash League history. Stoinis smashed 147 runs from only 79 balls in the 34th match of the league while playing against Sydney Sixers. The right-hander was able to hit the ground running as he scored 13 fours and eight sixes in his blistering innings.

The Stars’ opener scored his runs at a strike rate of 186.08. Stoinis went past the previous record of D’Arcy Short who had scored 122 runs from 69 balls while playing for Hobart Hurricanes two seasons ago.

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Marcus Stoinis. (Credits – Twitter)

Stoinis was at his absolute best.

Meanwhile, Stoinis and his opening partner Hilton Cartwright posted 207 runs for the opening stand, which is the highest partnership in the BBL. Cartwright played second fiddle to Stoinis as the right-hander scored 59 runs from 40 balls with the help of six fours and three sixes.

Subsequently, Stars posted a gargantuan total of 219 runs after Sydney Sixers skipper Moises Henriques won the toss and decided to bowl first. On the other hand, Sydney Sixers could only get to 175 runs in their batting innings as no batsman was able to get past the 50-run mark. Clint Hinchliffe was the pick of the Stars bowlers as he took three wickets and conceded only 20 runs in his quota of four overs. Thus, the Melbourne Stars comfortably won by 44 runs.

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Marcus Stoinis. Credits: Twitter

Meanwhile, Melbourne Stars continue their domination in the ongoing Big Bash League as this was their eighth win out of the nine matches they have played. Sydney Sixers are in second place after six wins from nine matches.

On the other hand, Marcus Stoinis is the leading run-getter of the ongoing season. The right-hander has scored 478 runs in the nine innings at a staggering average of 79.67 and a strike rate of 134.65. Stoinis has scored four fifties and one century in the BBL 2019-20.

Melbourne Stars will next take on Perth Scorchers on the 15th of January at the Perth Stadium.


Watch: Chris Morris Pranks Marcus Stoinis With Mankad

During the ongoing Big Bash League (BBL), Sydney Thunder’s Chris Morris tried Mankading to scare the non-striker-end batsman Marcus Stoinis who also get alarmed and jumped back to the crease.

On last Thursday (2nd January), during the match between Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Stars, Chris Morris was running to bowl, but accidentally the ball slipped from his hand. So, Morris decided to prank Melbourne Stars’ opening batsman Marcus Stoinis as he mimicked to remove the bails. Stoinis also got frightened and ran towards the crease as he didn’t see the ball sneaked from the hand of Morris.

The video was posted on the BBL’s official handle and captioned: The attempted-no-ball-Mankad-fake… Chris Morris has that move perfected! #BBL09

Chris Morris took two wickets in that game

Talking about the match, Melbourne Stars won the game by three wickets. Sydney Thunder batted first and gave the target of 143 runs. Melbourne Stars opening batsman Marcus Stoinis and no.3 batsman Nick Larkin set the partnership to lead the team to victory. Chris Morris and Nathan McAndrew picked two wickets each and Daniel Sams picked three wickets but could not halt the opposition to reach the target.

Ravichandran Ashwin practised Mankad in IPL

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In the IPL 2019, Kings XI Punjab’s (KXIP) then-captain Ravichandran Ashwin dismissed Rajasthan Royals Jos Buttler by Mankad. Buttler, who was standing at the non-striker end, had moved out of the crease then Ashwin took advantage of the situation and removed the bail. This incident got limelight all around the cricket world and was also criticised. However, Mankad is legal in cricket laws but is said to be against the spirit of the game.

Recently, on Twitter, a fan asked Ashwin against which player he would practice the Mankad in the upcoming edition. The tall spinner gave a one-liner answer and said the one who would move out of the crease.


Royal Challengers Bangalore Must Look These Three All- Rounders To Bring Back Into The Team

It’s that time of the year when every franchise begins its preparations to build a team that would enhance its chances to do well in the most popular league in Indian Cricket has seen in the last few years. Yes, we are talking about the IPL Auctions which will be held in Kolkata on 19th December. The drama that unfolds ahead of any IPL auction isn’t short of any excitement. Team management, as well as the franchisees, get into a huddle on this particular day to select players who do to the best of their abilities and help them achieve the desired results.

IPL has over the years provided a solid platform to some of the brightest talents which have helped them make their mark in International Cricket. In this article, we are about to discuss the all-rounders whom the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will be eager to bring back. Virat Kohli’s side finished at the bottom of the table in the 2019 season, but the skipper will be hoping to go all the way in the next season.

It will be interesting to see what kind of combination the team management opts. Royal Challengers Bangalore will look to add more all-rounders in their dug-out in the next season which will add more value to their batting as well as the bowling line up.

More importantly, RCB may look to bring back the all-rounders who were earlier removed. However, RCB team management and the franchisee will also look to add players who could do the job with the bat as well as the ball. It will go a long way in adding more muscle in their batting as well as the bowling department. We take a look at three such all-rounders whom RCB must try to bring back in the next IPL season.

1. Moises Henriques

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Moises Henriques. (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)

The Australian Moises Henriques has played for five Franchisees in his entire IPL career till now. Henriques’s addition will add more stability in the batting line-up as the all-rounder can pack a punch with his powerful hitting. The 32-year-old can play medium pace as well as spin with ease. Henriques can read the spinners well on turning wickets. The all-rounder can play a patience game from one end and can accelerate when needed.

Henriques is strong on both sides of the wickets but is quick to put the ball away with his powerful drives and cuts. Henriques is also a handy medium-pacer who can swing the ball both ways and outfox the batsmen with his leg cutters. Henriques is also a handy fielder, especially at the deep. Henriques has taken four wickets in 11 T20 Internationals and has scored 159 runs. Henriques has registered 969 runs in his IPL career along with 38 wickets to his name.

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ICC World Cup 2019: Peter Handscomb Will Play Against England – Justin Langer

The Just-In News from Justin Langer is that the young Peter Handscomb all set to get his maiden World Cup game during the second semifinal of the tournament. He is all set to play for Australia against England in place of Usman Khawaja, who ruled out from the remainder of the tournament.

Australia coach Justin Langer revealed on Tuesday that Peter Handscomb will be picked to face hosts England in their Cricket World Cup semi-final at Edgbaston. Handscomb was left out of Australia’s initial 15-man squad after the return of Steve Smith and David Warner from year-long ball-tampering bans.

Peter Handscomb is on top of his game – Justin Langer

With Matthew Wade in reserve after showing good form for Australia A, Maxwell could be dislodged by the former first-choice wicketkeeper. However, being the must-win clash, there is a chance for Glenn Maxwell to get one more game under his kitty as well.

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“Peter Handscomb deserves it, he was really stiff not to be on this tour,” Langer said. “He was so unlucky not to be in the initial squad after what he’d done to help us get to that point. He’s in good form, he played well for Australia A, he gives us nice balance through that middle order, he’s got great temperament, he plays the spin well and he’s on top of his game. So he’ll definitely play.”

Marcus Stoinis Fit To Play:

Marcus Stoinis got through a lengthy fitness test on his problematic right side on Tuesday, bowling for 30 minutes and batting for an hour without any obvious signs of discomfort.

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“He looks good. It was a very good net session actually,” coach Justin Langer said. He was very competitive. It always brings the best out in Stoinis. And also, he did a good job today and he’s fit to go.”

The champions, bidding for a sixth World Cup title, suffered a surprise 10-run loss to South Africa in their last round-robin game. It was a defeat that left them facing a resurgent England rather than out-of-form New Zealand in Manchester.

However, they would like to repeat the show, which they displayed Against Rivals in the league phase. The match is scheduled to be played on July 11th at Edgbaston, Birmingham.

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 32): England vs Australia – Stats Preview

On Tuesday (25th June), the host side England and the defending champions Australia will face each other at Lord’s (London) in the match 32 of the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.

Both England and Australia have played six matches in this tournament. Australia has won five matches in this tournament and has earned 10 points. On the other hand, England has earned eight points in this edition after winning four matches.

Ahead of this high-profile game between England and Australia, let’s look at some crucial stats preview of this match.

Venue stats (Lord’s, London)

Important ODI stats

Stats Overall England Australia
Highest total 334/4 (60 overs) by England against India on 7th June 1975 334/4 (60 overs) against India on 7th June 1975 309/7 (49 overs) against England on 5th September 2015
Lowest completed total 107 (32.1 overs) by South Africa against England on 12th July 2003 153 (31.1 overs) against South Africa on 29th May 2017 159/9 (60 overs) against England on 9th June 1979
Highest score 138* by Sir Viv Richards (West Indies) against England on 23rd June 1979 137 by Dennis Amiss (against India on 7th June 1975) and Marcus Trescothick (against Pakistan on 12th June 2001) 114* by Graeme Wood against England on 3rd June 1985
Best bowling 5/30 by Daniel Vettori (New Zealand) against West Indies on 10th July 2004 5/44 by Darren Gough against Australia on 25th May 1997 5/41 by Brett Lee against England on 10th July 2005


Venue’s ODI history in the first and second batting


Stats Total 1st batting 2nd batting
Wins 59 27 32
Innings average* (Average run-rate)* 228.96 (4.73) 239.98 (4.76) 217.93 (4.69)

In last 10 completed ODIs

Stats Total 1st batting 2nd batting
Wins 10 6 4
Innings average* (Average run-rate)* 254.45 (5.42) 269 (5.60) 239.90 (5.23)

(Special Note: in Innings average and Average run-rate, only incomplete innings have been excluded. Included all the completed innings and target reached)

(Special Note: Overall – In addition, two more ODIs had the tie results at this venue; In last 10 completed ODIs – In addition, one had the tie result at this venue)


Teams stats

Teams’ ODI records at Lord’s (London)

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
England 53 24 26 2/1
Australia 20 12 7 1/0


England vs Australia

Stats Total ODIs England Won Australia Won Tied/No Result
Overall 147 61 81 2/3
In England 68 34 30 2/2
At Lord’s (London) 14 5 8 1/0
In the World Cup 7 2 5 0/0
In last 10 ODIs 10 9 1 0/0


  • Since March 1992, England has never beaten Australia in a Cricket World Cup match. In their last three CWC meetings, Australia won all those matches.


Players’ stats


i) Joe Root (13,302 runs) needs to score 30 more runs to become the third most international run-scorer as an England batsman. At present, only Alastair Cook (15,737 runs), Kevin Pietersen (13,779 runs) and Ian Bell (13,331 runs) are ahead of Root in this list.

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Joe Root (Image Credit: Getty Images)

ii) Jos Buttler (901 runs) is 99 runs away to become the fourth English batsman to score 1,000 ODI runs against Australia.

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Jos Buttler (Image Credit: Getty Images)

iii) Eoin Morgan (3,949 runs) is 51 runs away to become the first England ODI captain to score 4,000 runs.

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Eoin Morgan (Image Credit: Twitter)

iv) Leg-spinner Adil Rashid (35 wickets) needs to take four more wickets to become the most ODI wicket-taker for England against Australia. At present, he is the joint second most wicket-taker in this list along with Ian Botham (35 wickets). Only James Anderson is ahead of them in this list with 38 ODI wickets against Australia.

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Adil Rashid (Image Credit: Getty Images)

v) Jofra Archer (15 wickets) needs to pick up two more wickets in this CWC edition to become the most wicket-taker as an England bowler in an edition of the Cricket World Cup. Only Ian Botham is ahead of Archer with 16 wickets during the 1992 Cricket World Cup.

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Jofra Archer (Image Credit: Twitter)



i) David Warner (12,945 runs) is 55 runs away to complete his 13,000 international runs. He will be the ninth Australian batsman to score 13,000 international runs.

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David Warner (Image Credit: Google)

ii) Marcus Stoinis (999 runs) is one run away to complete his 1,000 ODI runs.

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Marcus Stoinis (Image Credit: BCCI)

iii) Aaron Finch (396 runs) needs to score three more runs to become the second most run-scorer as an Australian captain in Cricket World Cup history. While he will surpass Steve Waugh (398 runs) in this list, only Ricky Ponting will remain ahead of Finch with 1,160 CWC runs.

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 26): Australia vs Bangladesh – Stats Preview

On Thursday (20th June), Australia and Bangladesh will face each other in the match 26 of the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup at Trent Bridge (Nottingham).

Australia and Bangladesh both have played five matches in this tournament. Australia has managed four victories and suffered one defeat in this tournament. Meanwhile, Bangladesh has won twice, lost twice and the other one was abandoned due to rain.

Before this 26th game of this tournament, let’s look at some crucial stats preview of this match.

Venue stats (Trent Bridge, Nottingham)

Important ODI stats

Stats Overall Australia Bangladesh
Highest total 481/6 (50 overs) by England against Australia on 19th June 2018 320/9 (60 overs) against India on 13th June 1983 250/9 (50 overs) against England on 8th July 2010
Lowest completed total 83 (23 overs) by South Africa against England on 26th August 2008 197 (57.1 overs) against Pakistan on 13th June 1979 223 (45.2 overs) against England on 21st June 2005
Highest score 171 by Alex Hales (England) against Pakistan on 30th August 2016 126 by Ricky Ponting against England on 15th September 2009 94 by Mohammad Ashraful against England on 21st June 2005
Best bowling 6/25 by Kuldeep Yadav (India) against England on 12th July 2018 6/39 by Ken MacLeay against India on 13th June 1983 3/83 by Nazmul Hossain against England on 21st June 2005



Venue’s ODI history in first and second batting


Stats Total 1st batting 2nd batting
Wins 45 20 25
Innings average* (Average run-rate)* 238.74 (4.99) 257.11 (5.11) 220.38 (4.85)

In last 10 completed ODIs

Stats Total 1st batting 2nd batting
Wins 9 4 5
Innings average* (Average run-rate)* 291.95 (6.55) 313.60 (6.66) 270.30 (6.43)

(Special Note: in Innings average and Average run-rate, only incomplete innings have been excluded. Included all the completed innings and target reached)

(Special Note: Overall – In addition, two more ODIs had the tie results at this venue; In last 10 completed ODIs – In addition, one had the tie result at this venue)



Teams stats

Teams’ ODI records at Trent Bridge (Nottingham)

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
Australia 9 4 4 1/0
Bangladesh 2 0 2 0/0


Australia vs Bangladesh

Stats Total ODIs Australia Won Bangladesh Won Tied/No Result
Overall 20 18 1 0/1
At neutral venues 8 6 1 0/1
In England 5 3 1 0/1
At Trent Bridge (Nottingham) -/-
In the World Cup 2 2 0 0/0
In last 10 ODIs 10 9 0 0/1
  • Since 2011, Australia and Bangladesh have met twice in ODIs where one match was abandoned due to rain (at Brisbane in 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup) and another one had no result due to the rain washout in the second innings (at The Oval in 2017 ICC Champions Trophy).


Players’ stats


i) Marcus Stoinis (982 runs) needs to score 18 more runs to complete his 1,000 ODI runs.

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Marcus Stoinis (Image Credit: BCCI)

ii) Left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc (35 wickets) is one wicket away to become the second most wicket-taker as an Australian bowler in Cricket World Cup history. At present, Starc has taken the equal CWC wickets of the former Aussie right-arm pacer Brett Lee (35 wickets). Only Glenn McGrath is ahead of them who took the record 71 wickets in CWC history.

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Mitchell Starc (Image Credit: Getty Images)



i) Mashrafe Mortaza (98 wickets) needs to take two more wickets to complete his 100 wickets as an ODI captain. He will be the first Bangladesh captain and fourth overall captain to take 100 ODI wickets.

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Mashrafe Mortaza (Image Credit: Google)

ii) Mashrafe Mortaza (19 wickets) needs to take two more wickets to become the second most wicket-taker as a Bangladesh bowler in Cricket World Cup history. Among the Bangladesh bowlers, only Shakib Al Hasan (28 wickets) and Abdur Razzaq (20 wickets) have taken more CWC wickets than Mortaza.


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